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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1879)
Etlwin Jeary was in town Tuesday.
Mr.Lewis.of Louisrille, was in town
Tuesday, on business.
Truman Hall of Louisville, called
.i.i;i VdIps- rives tome hard i vesteidaT. Tho IIekai.d was clad to
Ht r. s. wmtk's.
knocks to Uro. Kanisey.
Grant meeting at Court House
n.ljoMrnetl until to-night.
Fest made and cheapest clothing
in town at the Gueat Rkd Store.
No trouble to show poods. Come
and (. us. Great Kei Store.
Hon. Geo. Smith and Hon. Geo
H. Kolfitsnrp tilled at Ashland this
The fanner's and poor man's
friends. Great Red Store,
I,. Kalisky & Sox.
Which "t" of the Enterprise is it
that is poinj? to challenge White. Is
it Rush or Mont.
A car lond f apples just received
at White's. All varieties for cooking
and eatiag. 3't2
Msney positively refunded foi all
goods not found as represented at the
Great Red Stoke.
The steam ferry " Luella," the
beat Capt. ously. has got for this
place, left Nebraska City yesterday,
and may he expected I. ere to-day.
- Republicans can't afford to stand
b.ick and rmnnia o.uUr the sligmu
that there are not ;n ! R-prtbli-rau
te till tha Tre.ntirer's rli e a
tkreaie le;nr.its. W. II. Xe.vell
must be elected.
When you come to town go
right to the Great Red tft-.re. Red
Mag eu the huue.
L. Kalisky & Sox.
As will be seen in another column,
Rev. Mr. Stainhart leaves his charge
here next weekend gos to San Fran
cisco for his health. II is stay of a
year and a half seems to have been
most acceptable to his people, who all
regret th necessity for his departure.
Kalisky & Son are just more than
coming out. The IIkkali likes to
see liberal advertisers, aud hopes the
great Red Store (Duke's old htand) will
become famous for bargains and good
The Grant XCeetingwa3 postponed
until to-aigut at 7 p. m., Court House.
Lists are left at the P.O. and ia stores
fwr those to sign who desire t go, and
our people must attend to tins as the
R. R. want to knew before hand about
feow many are going, in order to pro
It used to be an old adage that a
woman was ;it the bottom of all trouble
ai:.d the tpjery MVueiVs lh; woitiih?"'
has passed into a proverb. Xu.vaw y
whenever you hear of a bi fee, a grmd
job or any s."ul!duggery yj.i c in s ift-ly
ask : "Whore is the "f ashmMl" thi.'s : t
the bottom of it ?"
Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup should be
kept in every famiiy. A sli-zlu ruig!i,
if unchecked, is often tin; forerunner
of Consumption, and a timely tlsi of
this wonderful medicine has rvscuej
many from an untimely grave. 1
Where is -John Tatt? That's what
we want to know. When (! n. Grant
went out te see hi farm at L g
Branch or to visit his bull pup the
democratic press hon lei tint ho was
Vviug his pot of business and let
tins the Government run itself. lJ.it
Hr Greenback Dcmjcr-tic m?n b-ave
the whole thiugto wiggle aloae.
We have receive I cards of invita
tion to attend the celebration of the
40th anaiversary of the wedding of
Mr. and Mrs. J. I Huck. at Three
Grove, next week Wednusda.. This is
getting pretty well along in the anni
versaries, and to celebrate it seems
most fitting. The 1Iekali folks will
certainly bo there if possible.
-The Annual Meeting f the Cass
County Bible Society will bs held ia
the Presbyterrian church a next Sab
bath Evening. (Nov. 21.) The Rev'd
Wm. McCanJlish, Dist. Supt. of A. 15.
S. will be present, an I interesting ad
dresses are expected from him and
others. All are cordially invited to
A good girl to do general house wrk
iu a family of three. Inquire of
32tf Mrs. J r lics rF.rrEiri.ERii.
Geo. LaRue, of Union Mills, :i good
Republican and Postmaster at Union
Mills called yesterday.
Thomas Jefferson Thomas bas 40
head of the cattle brought innately to
ff ed, by the Todd3 aud Thomases.
II. J. Stieight, and Son Eddie, of
South Rend called on the Herald yes
terdsy. "Hank" is s-SHnd on the goose,
Hon. E A. Kiikpatrick, re publican
candidate forCounty Clerk was in town
ye sUrday feeling confident of his elec
tion by a handsome majority.
We are sorry to lean that Mr. Wm.
Jtn es has been very sick lately, cot
being able to take any part in the dem
ocrat ic campaigs even, which the said
William would very much like to do.
Save money by buying goods at
the Great Red Store, where they
have strictly one price, and the only
house that sells goods st Chicago
prices. Great Red Store,
L. Kai.IsKT & Son.
We. the uiidwi. signed, members of
the German Presbyterian Church of
PI .ittsmont'ii, testily hereby that our
brl ved minister. Rev. Joseph A.
Sleinh ard has prc-achfd to us the
g'.spel for ouo year and six months,
piuo an 1 true, and has performed his
du:ies as a minister faithfully and
with great kind ties He has also
conducted himself as a true Christian,
and has won the respect and love ef
every truth-loving member, and we
hope the grace of the Lord may bo
with him wherever he goes.
In the name of the members,
Jacob Vallkky, f mers.
A. Reins, 1
Jonx Houl.schch, j
Frei. St I'll. ',-Trustees.
II . C. Schmidt, J
Platjismol-th, Neil, Oct. 29th, 1S70.
Oar city schools, under Prof. J. R.
Ferguson, will give a concert on this
Friday evening in Titzgerald Hall.
Reserved ansa's 2 cents, general ad
mission 15 cents, children 10 cents.
To commence at 7:30 sharp.
New Millinery for Fall and Winter.
New fall geods at Miss Sages' Millin
ery Establishment, Ashland. Neb.
Reantiful hats, ties, laces, etc., etc.
Also canvass, zephyrs, and cardboard.
1 hree For One.
The Chicago, Burlington A Quincy
R. R. will sell round trip tickets to
Chicago from all stations in Iwa. at
one fare and a third, on Nov. 10, 11 and
12. good t retarn on Nov. 17.
All these who take advantage of this
can witness the Fat Stock Show, the
Reunion of the Arasy of the Tennes
see and the Gen. Grant Reception.
We pay more for country produce
than any house in town.
L. Kaliskt & Son,
Great Red Store.
From the residence of tho under
signed. Sixth street, on Saturday
night, October 25th. a dark brown,
medium sized mare, white on bottom
of three hoofs, heavy mane and tail,
accompanied by bay spriag mare colt,
with halter on. A liberal reward will
1 naid'for recov-ry f mar, or infor
T i -a le .i: .' trri. .
) f' .. r-
El. Hkrald : Since our last notes we have
had the privilege or attending a I km o -co ' fusion-
muetins at Brer' School IIust where
petvhes were mailt? by Thompson, Kauney,
Todd ami ShowaUer.
As Mr. Todd's speech was very lengthy, and
on a subject we think settled, and as Mr. Suow
a!ter p-nnMiiJu'rci, .shortly after ha had com
menced to speak, that lie could not make a
speech and retired. e shall let them pass: but
e propose to review Mr. Thonips'.'-i's and Mr.
Ham-ey's sp eehe.
Mr. Tliom;s-ja ix'i; m tv lying lie had not
come to :u ike a ;v.-li, vv? iciii-wi aim, and
hen he s;a;ed he ha 1 eu to e:::e::it Pat-terso-i.
wl aisu liilii-v.-d lii.n, for Thompson
n.-vt r lii's. lie sa.il .ilih i uli i.e was not very
.i-'.l ac.ii.t! lied ivitli M . J';ii-r'o.i ae had the
cheeek to ;o ':iio his 1 1 "a i t-i ;ui"s, inliee uii.l ex
.1 iii.i.: i.i l.ea 01, ei b.ijl.s. t c believed
h n. for we know i i : 1 1 1 ; r make" a lio:i tam.
aid. ali lioa'i It' had no money, he would
give 510U to ;:iiyoae who voi:!d come into his
ofllcanil tiul anything Incorrect in theaeeouiit
o: .dr. I'attcisoii, which l.e had copied ; ol
e.ia s we believed him. for he can pet ?ll sit
th pie-eat tim .', .viirr; he pol cio a .short line
a ;.. He sa d lie with the Dcm icr.its ha I in.ulc
u,i a ticket of fienlackrrs and Democrats.
; heiieve.l liini, tor c knew the Democratu
had no L, f electing; to any office ec-pt those
for which Democrats were nominated. He said
he had done nmri fur the ireadaek party than
any o.licr tireeiibaeer in the county, having
sunk SI .3 'Hi in ruiiiiirii: the Sentinel in the inter
s.. of tne Creeiiliai-k p irty. We believe. 1 him
li.nvmii" kk knew n K iitor can advoe.ite iwd
nar:iei. having i;ile;f.it views, at the same
time. He said he v..is nmki.i oiae money
now, having rj -eived 1:1 ne w sul'si-iiiier in the
last week, niae d which were (ireeishnckrrs.
We i.e!ie-cd him for out of every 12't things he
says, nine arc for the jreenbai-kers and the
rest for Deniocr.it . lie said many tilings in fa
vor of Mi . l'attei-son. which we liehevd : and
we further believe if Mr. Frc.m.i!i had had i?51
at one time which he wished to risk in t! is
campaign. Mr. Thomp-on would have said
many thin ;s hi f.ivor of Mr. l'lveuian instead
of Mr. 1'atterson.
Mr. K.nnsey bi-;.iii by statia this was a local
eleeiton. an I we shenld not dwell on National
allairs Y nu are very sjigacious Mr. I'amsey,
for yoa well kno th De.nacrais' record in
National matters would lie very detrimental to
yoiirc.iu-e lid fall. lVat to your dissatisfac
tion a Nation il debt eile out against Demo
crats. Thousands of n ido-.vs and orphans stand
a' g lide iMi.nds. lwiiiitio to their past deeds.
Id'obv. Dai vil e ind AmlernoiiviUe stand as mon-tiinent-i
of t heir a! ro -ions crimes. 5ir, th blood
wf thousands of ne-roes hlaughtereil by their
hands is not was ted away yet. The murder of
Jndje Chisholm and family, and tlicir exoner
ating the murderer, also the ISrigxdicr's record
in Con;i'eis last winter is too fresh in people's
mind to be forgotten, because jnu say so.
Mr. Kanisey next arraigned the nepublicau
party of this county for the dishonesty of aCom-aiis-.ioner
and incompetency of a treasurer, who
fille I these offices soiiu years aj;o.
If the nep'.iblican party is so dishonest, why
did you (Mr. Ramsey) go all the way from Louis
ville to Liberty precinct to see if Henry Wolfe,
a ICepublican, would not consent to run on your
It is very consistent for ynt to preach honesty
when accused by Mr. Todd of misappropriating
50 of the county's money as Coinin issioner, aud
neither you nor any one else dared deny it, one
r.uewill defend another. We expected to
hear yoi. say Mr. ratterson was honest ; but if
he is honest, he is like "Old Dog Tray," found
in bail company. Sir. we fail to ee why we
should vote for Mr. Tatterson if he is honest,
for there are other men who are honest and have
shown themselvescompetent, and who left all
to ko and fight, to save their country, while Mr.
Patterson remained at home.
In conclusion, we would say if Republicans
wish togiveupthe principles for which they
fought, and a claim to the glorious record of the
Republican party, vote the Democrat ticket.
If you wish to vote for men who will ue their
money, their influence and the influence of their
office to defeat the Republican party next fail,
vote the Democratic ticket, titled by that most
dthuivc navtie "People's Ticket. 51. S.
A large Bank account is of more value than a
delinquent tax-list to any treasurer, but the
treasurer's bank account is of no value to the
poor farmer. Hobbs was incompetent and
didn't see it.
" People's Ticket " before election ; after
wards, if successful. Democratic. W hy is this?
we ask Thompson and Johu Wise.
County Commissioner Richardson called on
the Sentinel last week, but has not been back
since. Sentinel. Just as we expected ; one call
will satify any honest mail.
In Mr. Thompson's speech at Berger's school
house, we were put in mind of a boy wc knew in
Ohio. This boy had no education whatever, but
be was as full of big words as a pic; after it bad
bad all the butter-milk it wanted . When there
was a big political campaign, tins boy would at
tend the meetings of either party, and when the
speakers were speaking, eoiue reckless fellows
of the opposite party would make up a collection
and hue the boy to make an opposition speech.
He could hold out very well while one speaker
was speaking, but when there were several
speakers, he would become weary and want to
?!p.V:t t':ose wSofcsrl pionev tpvjpil in him
wulX sUe thc-;r l-'Cai? stJ '" .il U : on
-,v.-.!fc., V.s paV. s.
Rock Bluff Items.
Octorer 28, 1879.
Ed. Herald Our mustard has
taken a second growth, aud we fear
we shall have no seed loft for next
Rock Bluffs loomed up last Saturday
night. Strce Gfeenbackers and Demo
crats camo down or the purpose of
making stump speeches. Mr. Ilutcne
Ron was chosen chairman of the meet
ing R.S. Ramsey was called for, and
made quite a lengthy speech, enlight
ening us on many points. Mr. Thomp
son, the Sentinel man, next took the
floor, and made a speech. Mr. Showal
ter followed with a few remarks.
Way man came next and made some
sport for the audience. (A few words
from Noah.) Fry followed Wayman
with a short speech. When Try con
cluded, the words tHtt! tutt! passed
around the room, and- sure enough
Tott was there, but did not speak.
(Xoah rises again.) A motion was
made to adjourn, (Noah up again) and
everybody did so bat Noah, the Green
back candidate for commissioner.
I suppose we get it again next Sat
urday night from Republicans.
For want of news I will have to
close. Yours, as ever,
Sam Slick, Jr.
Mr. Tefft was also at Eikeffs and
in Liberty precinct.
The meeting at Salt Creek is post
poned until Saturday. November 1st,
when there will be a joint discussion.
Messrs. Chapman and Tefft spoke
at Greenwood and Harney's school
house last week and had good meet
Wanted A good frirl to do gen
eral heusewerk. Good wagea. En-"
quire at this office.
A fine three year old colt for sale
Enquire at this office or of
tf James Tetter.
Varieties in fancy goods at Mrs.
Johnson & Miss Sweeney's. Some
thing new every day. Cl-12
The Great Red Store
Is the only place in town where you
get your full moneys' worth,
Kalisky & Sox, Prop.
A large brown mare colt three years
old, weight about ten hundred and fif
ty, sound and well built. Enquire at
this office or of
tf James Pettee.
New ha'.s in all tho late styles,
smooth and handsome, rough and hand
somer, trimmed and handsomest,
turned up brims, turned down I rims,
pointed crowns, round crowns, and
square crowns at Y rs. Johnson & Miss
A Wise Ueacuu.
"Deacou Wilder, I want you to tell
me how you kept yourself and family
well the past season, when all the rest
of uh have been sick so much, and
have had the doctors visiting us so oft
en." Uro. Taylor, the answer is very easy.
I used Hop Bitters in. time; kept my
family well and saved the doctor bills.
Three dollars' worth of it kept H3 well
and able to work all the time. I'll
warrant it has cost you and the neigh
bors one to two hundred dollars apiece
to keep sick the same time."
"Deacon, I'll use your medecine hereafter."
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD.
Strayed or Stolea.
One small dappled grey mare mule,
on Sunday night, Oct. 19th, from my
place near the round house in South
Plattsmouth. She has two collar marks
on the right shoulder and one on the
left. Had head stall on.at.d one shoe on
left front foot. The above reward
will be paid fr her recovery, and any
information ca be left with Charley
Holmes or at my place.
St J. II. Criswell.
ltasgorshek Bros., Main Street, one
door east of Dovey's, are getting on a
fine assortment of domestic and im
ported cloths, which they invite every
one to ca'.l and examine. They guar
antee good work and fit, and will en
deavor to give satisfaction to all their
customers. Theirs being the only ex
clusive Merchant Tailoring Establish
ment in the city, they are able to give
their undivided attention to their
work, and their patrons may rest as
sured that every effort will be made to
please. Suits and single garments in
the latest styles and the best of work.
Call and see them. 26m2.
cool and nice.
has on hand fresh
on draught, daily,
A good second-hand mewer for
sale cheap for cash, or to tiade, by
20t F.S. White.
Schlitz'Milwaukee beer on draught
always, at E. Uosenbaum's saloon.
Plattsmouth, Neb. 14tf.
Thirty of the brfit owin makers of the
World are competitor at the I'aris Exposition,
a cable dispatch to t lie AssDciated l'ress says
two highest gold medals have been awarded to
the American makers. Mason & Hamlin.
We will pay Agenu a salary oi kluo per mouth,
fcnd expnaw, or allow a lare vommiMMoii, to sell our
D and wonderful inrentif.n. W , mok hat w fTv.
fcaniBla Cr. AddiMaSiinjua A U Maimaail. Mick.
At Merges Shoe Store where they
will get the most and best goods for
Louisville White and Fire Brick Works.
Capt. J. T. A. Hoove, Prop. Brick
of every kind Wall, ornamental ; fire
brick especially for Bakers, Brewers,
Foundry men, &c. Write to J. T. A
Hoover, Louisville, Neb. 16tf
at Antelope Brewery, Lincoln, Neb.,
orders received P.nd promptly filled.
Agents here, Keenan & Grace. tf.
Green back era Ho!
I sell you the best Boots and Shoes
for the smallest amount of Greenbacks
2t)tf. Peter Merges.
A fine Imported Boar, Essex, about
one year old. Also three of . his Boar
pigs, at fair prices. Enquire of
23 if James Pettee.
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This is a new bote!, opposite the
Academy of Music, O street, Lincoln,
Nebraska. It is first class in every
respect. Good sample rooms for com
mercial men. Terras, per day.
Spencer & Brooks,
Farm for Sale I
Consisting of Eighty two acres under
cultivation, with a good dwelling
house and substantial outbuildings, on
Section 36, Town 12, Range 11, Louis
ville Precinct. Enquire of
3U11 J. Schlater, Plattsmouth.
Some potatoes and winter Vegeta-
bl$ .'. rubscripti-;:;. ?rirg "e-m en.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, L'lcers, Salt Rheum
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions
This Salve is guaranteed to give per
fect satisf .action in every case or mon
ey refunded. Price 2 cents per box.
For sale by Smith & Black, Wholesale
and Retail, Plattsmouth, Neb. 241)'.
Notice to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cjvss county, will bo at the
following times and places:
At Plattsmouth, 1st Friday and Sat
urday in January, February, May, Au
gust, October and November. At
Weeping Water, 1st Friday and Satur
day in March, June and September. At
Louisville 1st Friday and Saturday in
April, July and December. Notice of
other examinations will be given. -I).
This is Your Case.
You have headache, aching pain in
the side aud under the shoulder, are
bilious, constipated and dizzy; have
bad breath, voracious appetite and
then no appetite; ate despondent ami
gloomy. The trouble is with your
liver.and Brown's Vegetable Liver
Pills are piepared to cure just such
cases, and will cure vou. Give them
trial. For sale by J. II. Buttery,
Smith & Black, and O.F.Johnson.
32tf Plattsmouth, Neb.
Diseases of the Skin.
It is in the blood, and you have
blotches and eruptions, pimples, ring
worms, boils, tumors, letter, salt
rheum, chronic rheumatism, scrofula,
or you may be suffering from tha ef
fects of Mercury. Ext. Sarsaparilla,
Dandelion and Iodide of Potassium
will purify yoor blood, iuvig rate your
liver and cure you.
All physicians recommend it. For
sale by J. 14. Buttorv, Smith & Bl-ck,
and O. F. Johnson, Plattsmouth.
A fine lot of Stock Steers Will be
sold as cheap as any man can sell them
on the aiarket. Apply to
Caution to Smokers.
From and after the 1st day of May,
1ST8 all boxes containing cigars of my
manufacture will have my name bold
ly printed on the inside of the lid. This
is to prevent counterfeiting my brand
of cigars, with an inferior quality of
cigars, resorted to by some unprinci
pled manufacturers. None are genu
ine unless plainlv labeled:
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
iIokmi St iiiTlouTTii-ntiiisoTtHiTicy
for a new Horse Rook. It treats all diseases,
has 35 line enjiravinus showing positions assum
ed hv Mck hoi sos, a table of doses, a large co
ItOOIi. lection of valuable recipes, rules for
telling the age of a hive, with an engraving
showing teeth of each year, and a large amount
ofotliervaluablehin.se information. lr. Wm.
H. Hall says, "1 have bought boo.'ts which I
have laid $0 and 10 for w hich 1 do not like ns
well as 1 do yours." Send for a circular.
Agents wanted. It. J. Kendall, M. Kims
burgh Falls. Vt. ily
KKMIALL'M Tin remarkable medicine
will cure spavins. Splint. Curb. Callous, &c, or
any enlargement, aud will remove the bunch
without blistering or causing a sore. No rcine
Ml'AVIX dy ever discovered equals it for
certainty of action jn stopping the lameness
and removing the bunch. Trice Sl.oo. Send
Cl'itK fur circular giving poj-itive proof. Sold
by druggists or sent bv the inventor. B. J. Ken
dall, M. I., Eno-burgii Kails. Vt. C. K. Good
man agent. Omaha, Nt biaska.
Hard Money Man.
Call at Merges' Shoe Store, where
you will get the most and best Boots
and Shoes, for that kind of stuff in
Remember that for boots and shoes
Rockwell cannot be beat in price. He
has a large assortment. 28tf.
Don't be Deceived.
Many persons say "I haven't got the
Consumption" when asked to cure their
Cough with Shiloh's Consumption
Cure. Do they not know that Coughs
lead to Consumption and a reuiedy
that will cure Consumption will cer
tainly and surely cure a cough or any
lung or throat trouble. We know it
will cure when all othtrs fail and our
faith in it is so positive that we will
refund the price paid if you receive
no benefit. Is not this a fair proposi
tion. Price 10 cts. 50 cts. and 81.00
per bottle. For lame chest, Back or
side, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price
25 cents. For sale by Chapman &
Why will you sutter with Dyspepsia
and liver complaint, constipation, and
general debility when you can get at
our store Shiloh's System Vitalizer
which we sell on a positive guarantee
tocurejou. Price 10 cts. and 75 cts.
For sale by Chapman & Smith, Drug
ists. "IIACKMEI ACK" a popular and
fragrant perfume. Sold by Chapman
& Smith, Druggists, Plattsmouth, Neb.
Stop That Cough.
If you are suffering with a Cough,
Cold Asthma, Bronchitis, Hay Fever.
Consumption, loss of voice, tickling in
the throat, or any affection f the
Throat or Lungs, use Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. This is
the great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful
cures, curing thousands of hopeless ca
ses. Over one million bottles of Dr.
King's New Discovert have been
used within the last year, and have
given perfect satisfaction in every in
stance. We can unhesitatingly say
that this is really the only sure cure
for throat and lung' affections, and can
cheerfully recommend it to all. Call
aud got a trial bottle free of cost or a
regular size for S1.00. Smith & Black,
Wh?!e,.,i!? Retail,- P!tt?rr',ith,
FRANK CARRUTH'S JEWELRY STORE,
Read and don't buy a Dollar's Worth of Goods until you have
Esamined Eds STOGIE in all its SSasi SKiLEICSSIS!
GOODS NEVER SO CHEAP BEFORE, FOR CASH :
You can get a good Watch, silver case, and American movement, from
10 to $35, warranted for one year and a good time keeper. Clocks from
$1.50 to $5, each.
Cuff Pins, Neck Chains and Jewelry, from 50c to $2.50 per pair and set,
A large assortment of Silver and Plated Ware; good Castors for $2 each
Knives, Forks and Spoons, cheaper than ever.
, iolion ifc Accordeons from $1.50 to $10 each.
A larae assortment of Violin ifc Guitar Strings,
and the celebrated Silver Steel Strings. Harmonicas from 5c to $2,50 each.
Pocket Knives from 10c to $3 each. Razors, Strops, &lc.
Slltll (jsMYY for 84, and a 7-sIicioting Revolver for $ 1 .75 ; all kinds of
4 y Cartridges and ammunition; Shells for shot gun? loaded
for $3 per hundred. And in the
vmlnr !i3innvtmtnrt y can Se Gne Dozen fine Retouched Cards, for
IJJHUWUU, 2.50. Cabinet cards, $4 per dozen. Gems, 50c
to $2 per dozen. FraiUQSj of all Kinds ; Good 8x10 Frames, fine pat
terns, from 50c to $1.50 AST I Atr tjod with glass, compl te
Velvet Paspartoots, and Card Frames, from 5c to 75 cents.
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We will not Is Undersold in any Line of Goods. Watch Work Done, and Warranted.
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Everything for MENS' and BOYS' Wear.
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is the best place to buy thena5 and don't.. forget it
We have a Irajg StcitM of Ready Made GocKrb
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OUR NAME IS WESCOTT & POWELL,
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